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Winget Park Elementary7

Charlotte, NC | Mecklenburg County

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October 30, 2014


I would not recommend sending a special needs student here, the administration will try to transfer them out if they cant do the yearly tests, and the non-administration staff is not well versed on laws regarding special needs students. This school is mostly concerned with their rating in the district, most likely because of the very wealthy parents that send their students their.

Submitted by a parent

August 18, 2014


My daughter moved here and attended 1st grade at Winget Park. It seemed like there was always drama in the classroom with the kids. Her teacher did not keep the class very clean at all and my daughter would come home telling me about kids vomiting in the class on a weekly basis. The lack of communication between teacher and parent was disturbing. She also complained of constant over all yelling in her classroom by the teacher. Just not a very professional setting. We moved to this part of Charlotte because of Greater schools rating being an 8. I think it should be realistically much lower at this school. Hoping the new relief school helps with some of these issues because I am not impressed!

Submitted by a parent

November 7, 2013


We love Winget Park! The teachers are fantastic, everyday I ask the kids coming off the bus, how was school? AWESOME!

Submitted by a parent

November 7, 2013


My son has attended Winget Park for the last 3 years. We have been very pleased with the level of education and support he has gotten at school. He is offered more challenging work each year to teach to his level. The administration has always been very quick to address any concerns or issues we have had along the way. They also take great effort to reward children for good behavior and make a fun environment so the kids live school. Winget Park has been great for us!

Submitted by a parent

November 6, 2013


This is my fourth year as a Winget Park parent. When I think of Winget Park I think of dedicated educators that care about delivering a first rate educational experience for every child. I think of an outstanding art and music department, amazing technology, well stocked library, and a beautiful natural environment. I think of parents from every socio economic background, race, and religious background showing up and supporting school events and volunteering in classrooms and the media center. I see a lot of the behind the scenes volunteering of parents donating classroom supplies and taking home materials to make to help teachers. I see leadership setting a fair, consistent, and positive tone. I see children developing interpersonal skills, growing into their independence, and learning to be good citizens. I love being a part of the Winget Park Family!

Submitted by a parent

November 6, 2013


I have had one son graduate from Winget park and one still attending. I feel that my boys have and are getting a wonderful education. The teacher have always made themselves available to listen to any concerns and have offered valuable suggestions.

Submitted by a parent

September 22, 2013


My children currently attend Winget Park and we have been extremely pleased with the information we have received during Curriculum Night regarding the Common Core. The leadership and administration at Winget Park is very supportive and student-centered. It is very disheartening to see a few parents try to 'trash' a school because of individual situations that should be handled face-to-face, and instead they air concerns through a website that does nothing to get problems resolved. I invite any parents with concerns to contact the administration instead of 'airing their dirty laundry' through a website. Our family has experienced bullying situations and problems on the bus. Those issues were resolved by talking to administration - not by posting them on this website.

Submitted by a parent

September 20, 2013


The way my child is being treated at this school is cruel, bizarre and unusual. I am thankful that my child and I have open communication and that my child tells me everything and is not afraid to tell me everything. My child has been bullied and not treated fair by the teacher. My child got head rammed in the stomach by another student, pushed and shoveled around and teacher banded my child from the slides on play ground. My child has been neglected at this school and dreads going there. Incidents there have been sugar coated and swept underneath the rug. There motto is "Let's ignore it and maybe it will go away." I have left Voice mail messages and called. Phone rings off the hook no answer. Leave Voice message, no answer. They only respond to email and not right away. I don't feel comfortable with this school. Everyday I fear what am going to hear about this school from my child.

Submitted by a parent

August 19, 2013


My special need so went to this school for 4 years and was never given a realistic goals and they will can social services on you for anything and everything. Everything I did was not good enough and I even volunteered and they treated me as if i was a criminal and when my son was in 2nd and 3rd grades he ran away from the school didn't call me or the police I would never recomend this school .

Submitted by a parent

October 24, 2011


This is my son's 1st year at school. He never had Pre-K and has ADHD. When he started it was very difficult for him. The teachers and staff have really helped him alone the way with patience and guidance. Now he is doing wonderful. I couldn't have asked for a better school and staff.

Submitted by a parent

September 21, 2011


Both my sons currently attend Winget Park and one has been there since it opened. He was the first kindergarten class and now is a fifth grader. We have been very impressed with teachers, staff and we currently have one of the best principals a school can have. The level of dedication all of them have towards the school and kids is incredible. I would recommend this school for anyone moving into South Charlotte.

Submitted by a parent

August 31, 2011


Winget Park exceeded all of my expectations. I transfered both of children from Steele Creek two years ago. My son has struggled with a reading disability since first grade and Steele Creek labeled and pushed my son to the side. Since enrollment at Winget, my son gained confidence and a love for learning. When he left Steele Creek, he tested TWO years behind in his Reading scores. In just two years at Winget, he is now at grade level. He loves school and his teachers, no more struggles over homework! The principal is one of the best I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. I would recommend any parent to consider Winget Park for their children's education. True teamwork and great communication. They want your child(ren) to love learning and to succeed. Go Winget Wolves!!

Submitted by a parent

June 25, 2008


7 out of 10? This school is definitely a 10! I love the teachers, and more importantly so doe my son. I also love that this school is brand new and has such awesome staff and activities.

Submitted by a parent

October 31, 2007


This school has a very amazing principal who exhausts all efforts to reach goals and does so with a grace about her. I feel most fortunate that I have a daughter who attends this school, I am fascinated with the level of education she receives from this school. This school is new, however it is definitely rockin!!!

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2901 Coltsgate Road, Suite 100
Charlotte, NC 28211
704-287-3868

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